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Moussi, Tudgay & Miller Return

Moussi, Tudgay & Miller Return

Whilst the news of the returning trio is hardly shocking, it will be interesting to see whether any of them feature in the FA Cup game on Sunday.

Guy Moussi made just 3 appearances in his loan spell at Millwall, who saw a change of manager after his arrival, and he probably faces the hardest battle of the trio to get game time, as Forest do boast a wealth of midfield riches - even though recent weeks has seen Jonathan Greening appear on Forest's bench.

Forest do not boast such riches in the Striking department, with Billy Davies openly targeting someone to bolster the attacking threat.

Marcus Tudgay scored just 1 in 5 appearances during his second loan spell at Barnsley, another team who rang the managerial changes after he arrived. He is also credited with 2 assists, but got sent off against Leeds in his last game - he has completed his suspension. He has yet to play for Forest this season and has found himself bottom of the striker's pecking order.

The enigma that is, Ishmail Miller, scored 3 from 7 appearances for Yeovil - which is probably his best goal scoring return of his career. Yeovil wanted him back (allegedly) but a loan extension, paying only a small proportion of his wage, will not suit Forest.

All three are out of contract this summer, so it's more likely that we will see them leave the City Ground - but will any be given another chance to end their Forest career on a high?

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Writer:Our Kids Dad
Date:Saturday January 4 2014
Time: 10:40AM

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